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SCI 204 DeVry Week 3 iLab 3 of 7 Latest

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SCI 204 DeVry Week 3 iLab 3 of 7 Latest

iLab 3 of 7: Human Population

Note! Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. (See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due dates.)

iLAB OVERVIEW

Scenario and Summary

These labs are graded and should be completed prior to taking the weekly quiz. The purpose of the labs is to familiarize you with the major concepts of the course. You will be exploring important concepts in environmental science in an interactive fashion. You may need to install the Adobe Flash plug-in and the Shockwave plug-in to view these files. These plug-ins can be downloaded for free at .adobe.com/”>http://www.adobe.com.

Human population dynamics start with an individual and then to a state and country and finally to a global level. This iLab seeks to discuss the changes in your family tree, your state, country, and across the world. It covers immigration, the demographic transition, fertility rates, and population pyramids. Answer the four exercises at the end of this iLab with details, and include your references.

Exercise 1 is worth ten points.

Background:

Family trees are excellent indicators of the population dynamics within a family.

Exercise: Draw your family tree and discuss the fertility rates in at least three generations. Is the Total Fertility Rate the same or has it changed in the three generations? What are some of the reasons for these differences?

Exercise 2 is worth ten points.

Background:

Population profiles, also called population pyramids, show the distribution of any population into sex and age cohort/groups.

Exercise: Discuss a CURRENT population profile of your state. What does it show? Is the population growing, declining or stable? What is the projected population? List your references (at least three references are required).

Exercise 3 is worth ten points.

Background:

Human migration has been going on for hundreds of years as people move in search of better economic and educational opportunities and improved social lifestyles. Today, immigration is a global discussion. Many developed countries in the world are feeling the pressure from high numbers of immigrants coming into their countries from different cultural, socio-economic, and educational backgrounds.

Exercise: Discuss two similarities and two differences between immigration concerns of the U.S.A. and another developed country of your choice. List your references (at least three references are required).

Exercise 4 is worth ten points.

Background:

As of 2011 the global population passed the seven billion mark. The Earth’s resources are constant as the human population continues to grow. All of these increases are a result of high birth rates in the poor developing countries of Asia, Africa and South America. India has the world’s oldest family planning program, and China has the world’s only One Child Population Policy.

Exercise: Should governments decide the number of children a woman can have in her life time? Discuss the relationship between women’s rights (human rights) and education and fertility rates? List your references (at least three references are required).

Deliverables

The total value of this iLab is 40 points; the questions will be worth the following points.

Question 1 is worth a maximum of 10 points—5 points for the family tree and 5 for discussing the trend.

Question 2 is worth a maximum of 10 points—5 points for discussing examples, 2 for the figure, and 3 for the projection and reasons.

Question 3 is worth a maximum of 10 points— 5 points for discussing similarities, and 5 points for discussing differences.

Question 4 is worth a maximum of 10 points—5 points for each part.

Required Software

Pearson

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iLAB STEPS

STEP 1: Review Lab Instructions

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Click this link (.pearsoncmg.com/pcp/pls_1256927945/es_ilab3/index.html”>human population) to access the lab. Your assignment is to review the lab content and then answer the exercise questions at the bottom of the lab.

STEP 2: Prepare Lab Report

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Complete the lab report exercises in MS Word format.

Provide detailed answers to Exercises 1, 2, 3, and 4.

You must have a cover page with your name, course name, date, iLab number, and title.

STEP 3: Submit Your Report

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Submit your assignment to the Week 3 iLab Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page.

See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.

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SCI 204 DeVry Week 3 iLab 3 of 7 Latest

SCI 204 DeVry Week 3 iLab 3 of 7 Latest

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